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turned to medication, but one obesity drug, meridian, has been linked to higher rates of heart attacks. >> a lot of times, people might not have recognized hypertension disease. >> a panel of experts will weigh the drug's risks and benefits. on thursday, an experimental drug will be considered for placement on the market. researchers say it had few side effects, where patients lost an average of 17 pounds over a year. it improved health in other ways. >> things like blood pressure, blood sugar, inflammation, all of these markers improved. >> if approved, it would be the new weight-loss drug approved in a decade. >> despite the increase in net use by teenagers, cough medicine will continue to be sold over- the-counter. they voted against a proposal that would have required a doctor's note. the proposal was introduced as robotripping, the process of drinking a bottle for a high. up next, your maryland lottery numbers, and after losing to the toronto blue jays all season, could the baltimore orioles make it two in a row? it two in a row? why is roman meal bread nutritious? two slices prov
, jennifer salerno, meridian management group, against the department of public works, involving it a tree -- involving a tree. commissioner hwang: we always start with the department. ms. short? >> good evening. carla short. we approved three. tonight's concern is about the denial of the four remaining trees. two of these are one species, and two are another kind. that is a red flower when regionflo -- that is a red flowering gum. this will still allow the repair of the sidewalk, four feet for the pubs of trouble. so the decision was recommended that the property owner could contact us when they begin to undertake these sidewalk repairs, and the bad points in time, based on the route structure, we did not believe that we would grant an emergency removal permits, so we have wa to the condition of the trees, and it is based on the condition of the trees and, of course, public safety. if we think it can be repaired, we will deny the removal of the trees and recommend moving forward with that. there is a little discretion if we did the feel of that time that they were more significant than we
hiker sarah shourd says she will not rest until her fiance and another friend are freed from meridian jail. she was scheduled to undergo medical tests today to determine if she has cancer. iran's prosecutor said her fiance and their friend will be tried for spying. >>> a burial mix up at arlington national cemetery. the army has found three bodies buried in the wrong gravess. -- in the wrong graves. some families have demanded that arlington check on their relatives' graves sites. today, a fourth grave was reopened. >>> the mother of pop superstar michael jackson is suing the concert promoter involved in his comeback tore for fraud, saying that he failed to provide a doctor who would look out for his well-being. also, lawyers for dr. conrad want the wrongful death suit filed against his client dismissed. >>> detroit police are looking for a man who robbed a convenience store wearing a dark vader mask. the suspect pulled out a knife and asked for cash. nobody was hurt in the incident. the police may soon get him. he first walked into the store without his mask and a security camera got
of people were at meridian park this weekend to take part in a global yoga even. it is an annual fund-raising event to raise money for social change in vulnerable communities around the globe. the event included speakers, meditation and music and yoga sessions. relaxing and getting centered is a good way to start off the week or any day of the week. >> you need some patience this morning. we know traffic will be an issue later on. it is monday an also 7:01 on the sunrise. dark, too for a while. >> and the redskins lost so people are in a funk. >> little funky monday. here it is. let's go to the weather computer. still can't believe the they beat the redskins. >>> show you the rain that moved in overnight. some of it has been rather heavy. we also have some breaks. live doppler 9000 hd. we will pinpoint this for you. shows some of the lulls to the south with more rain south of fredericksburg. to the east and northeast of dc, it is really coming down. you can see it here from shady side north in anne arundel county up to fair view and annapolis and then in prince georges county, along t
hours on midway rd/meridian rd. and allow more time. those construction zones with backups, anticipated. ♪ a live look from our roof cam myt(from downtown san francisco, gorgeous sunny skies in the city and drop the bay area.zvok it ia great day out there, today. ì(lc@&c+ mild along the coastline and whipped 67 degrees in san francisco. '70s and '80s northern bay, inland, and the south bay. with many 70's along the bay shore. and in the south bay here is what we can expectç tonight into tomorrow. it is clear out there tomorrow and will stay like that. with mild temperatures and that is good game. the fogç will be developd t(t(by 7:00 a.m.. with fog closo the coast, the bayshore, and refer to the inland valley.çç, the fog will returnçs3 and thd with five, 50 degrees cooler, as a matter of fact. -15. with 70's, inland. and the fog tracker for tomorrow, fillingçn along the coast. and all the way into the inland valleys by 6:00 a.m., pleasanton, livermore. and it is that going to move much by 9:00 a.m. you will notice that it will be scaling back very little! and we are stil
today. what's out there is beautiful landscapes like meridian hill park where we are live this morning. and where the cultural landscape foundation is wanting you to come this weekend. in addition to 24 other spots, public spaces, gardens, parks, you name it, anywhere we can all go. you are might know they're there, you might not know they're there, even if you do know, you might not know the story behind the historic landscape. we have some of the best collections of landscape of any city across the nation. this weekend is a two day event, inviting people to come out. at each of 25 locations, there are free guided tours. we'll check out three spots, meridian hill park, tutor place and the national cathedral. we'll give you all the information so you can find the different spots, when you need to be there and how you know who is the tour guide when you get there. it will be the perfect weekend for it. you will see your city in a whole new light. >> holly, it looks beautiful out there. >> that's it for the 6:00 hour. now let's send it over to allison and steve. >> prince george's county
and always fun. always beautiful. take a look at wherism. i'm in northwest d.c. meridian hill park is where we are live and where you can be this weekend. it's all part of what's called what's out there d.c. we'll tell you how to take advantage of it fox 5 morning news. to me a great fashion story is about taking what's out there and making it work for my readers. at the magazine, i'm all about helping them get the looks for less. that's t.j.maxx. my assistant says, "isn't that all last season's fashions?" no way! t.j.maxx works deals directly with designers. that's how they can do it. this full-time fashionista... is really a maxxinista! t.j.maxx. check us out on facebook for a chance to win a 500 dollar shopping spree! >>> welcome back everybody. this saturday and sunday the cultural landscape foundation is hosting the what's out there weekend. and fox 5's holly morris is with the foundation's president today to learn more about this exciting event. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is an exciting he exciting event because it's a way to see the city in a whole new light
's this restaurant in the corner? >> it's called the prime meridian sushi bar. people ask me where's a good place to eat? i say every place. >> reporter: you can't beat it. >> there's outdoor dining. people enjoy the whole feeling of downtown. this is everybody's living room. come experience it. >> reporter: ed grew up here and you went to lasalle high school. >> lasalle high school a few years ago. >> reporter: and the mayor worked at kelly springfield. you were the boss? >> yes. i came here in '92. i retired in 2000 and 2001 became mayor. the outdoor dining is one of the great things. we started that on the very early list to get done and we're able to start it. wednesday night, we have wednesday dining under the stars. thursday was not a night to be dining. last night it was raining, but i guarantee you at noontime and later on this evening, this place will be full. people eating out, music going on. it's all about, you know, the closeness. ed talked about it. it's a great place to come to and come back to. >> reporter: friends, don't we feel like friends already? when we come back, we'll meet
. this is a global mala, a worldwide time for yoga. dozens of people took part in meridian hill park and other locations around the world. >>> thank you for starting your day with us. i'm andrea roane. howard bernstein son the weather terrace with the forecast. >> light rain and drizzle here at the moment. not a good hair day. if humidity is your enemy, you are not going to be happy. look at live doppler 9000 hd and all the moisture from the south. we are great to get the rain after the summer we have had an the drought conditions we are enduring. live doppler 9000 hd hd. you see the breaks by there's the second batch of rain from the south. about to get in to dc. moving northward at 20 miles an hour. we will have off and on showers today. some thunder is possible this afternoon. upper 70s for the shenandoah valley. look at the temperatures today. 70s by noon. mid-70s for high answer strong storms on the possible. more on that coming up. >>> good morning, howard. good morning, everybody. the wet roads, we are watching a lot of incidents and accidents for you. this is in the bowie area at 801.
? >> and obviously you hustled from the parker meridian hotel back to our newsroom. peter, thanks very much. >> thanks. >>> well, tea party candidates , unexpected upset and voter outrage, not your average mid-term election. new polls out on some of the most critical races are coming up. next. >>> two people missing as a typhoon brings wild winds and heavy rain to parts of taiwan. those pictures tell the story. strong wind gusts knocking rescue workers over as they help people trapped by the storm. winds are taking down several buildings and trees. the storm injuring hundreds of people as rushing floodwaters race through several villages. >>> a huge week in politics shaking up election predictions for november. >> and let's take a look at the late e week's map showing the senate seats up for grabs by the senate party. and let's look at the new projections from the rasmusson report .com. they are going from democrat to solid democrat after kristine o'donnell wins the race. the co author of the book of how the tea party is fundamentally making our two-party system. i don't know why he is li
's your mother? >> yes, it is. she is standing >> yes. >> on 16th street at meridian hill. she is newly arrived in washington, d.c., and she sees a sign on the sidewalk. and it says, "no standing." and she's pointing to it, and her head is to the side. and she's so happy and jubilant and free. and she's basically pointing and saying, i'm standing here at the no standing sign, and i'm not in the south. i'm in washington, the capital of the union. and i'm free. >> i also saw a picture of a man sitting down? >> yes. >> who's that? >> that man -- well, there's several men. i don't know which one you're speaking of. but there's one man in a flight suit. is that who you're speaking of? >> no, but that would be your father. >> yes, that's my father, the tuskegee airman. >> yes, i don't think so. but actually, i couldn't find any other photos. how do you find them, the people? >> well, they're not all uploaded. and i'm on book tour and haven't uploaded them all yet. but i can assure you, they'll all be up there. i have some great photographs of them -- wonderful photographs. >> how did george s
. these men were known as james cheney, a 21-year-old man from meridian, mississippi. andrew goodman, a 23-year-old. and michael schwerner from new york. madam speaker, on july 21, 1964, the three men were driving from meridian, mississippi, to longdale, mississippi, to investigate the burning of a united methodist church, which had been the meeting place for numerous civil rights group. along their journey, they were stopped by a county deputy who was also known as a member of the ku klux klan. subsequently, the three young men were arrested for speeding and hailed at the county jail without the use of a telephone. hours later they were fined and released. shortly after the trio continued their journey, they were again pulled over by the sheriff's deputy who likely unbenongse to them was followed by a mob of klansmen who were sent to abduct and kill the men. the three were taken to a remote area of the area to be killed. their bodies were buried in an earthen dam. f.b.i. director j. edgar hoover personally selected agent roy k. moore. he had become renowned for the investigation of the 19
was telling me, would always -- in meridian, mississippi, would drive down country club down going to first baptist church. how is that for a southern swing? but would look at these big houses and meridian country club which we were not allowed to step foot on, let alone golf on. and there was no resentment. my parents would say, see those houses, see those houses, if you work hard in school, if you work your entire life, one day you'll be able to live on this street and you can golf there any time you want to if that's what you want to do. and that -- i always remember that because that's -- when you start talking about tax cuts for the rich, middle class and working class people think i want to be that one day. i don't want -- >> rich is not necessarily -- >> well, $250,000 is what's defined as rich, and in new york city, i'm sorry. >> you cut it in half. >> they used to say no poor man ever gave me a job. i had a business guy over at my houseworking on a generator. he was sayi saying who do you think buys these generators? all these big ticket items, appliances and things, these are boug
got. >> your dad ran u.s. foreign policy. my dad ran a little league team in meridian, mississippi. it's fine. willie is snuggaling up to the chicken tenders. >> it's got to be the only city in the world where the new york police department can do such an effective job on a day when heads of state throughout the world are here and the city functions. traffic moves -- slowly, but it moves. they take everyone in and out of traffic, up and downside walks with five, six-car caravans. >> by the way, saw ray kelly last night. it was a long, long day for us. but the city, the city operates amazing, and the cops, new york cops, the firefighters, it really is -- it is the best run city i've ever seen. >> and the yankees played last night. >> and the yankees played last night. >> speaking of cops, though, those clowns in washington, d.c. have two weeks to take care of the heroes that gave everything they had after september 11th. the heroes that all of america saluted. the heroes that people came to new york -- those clowns down in washington, d.c. have, mike, two, maybe three days. what are the
for the first time today at 3:00 in new york at the parker meridian hotel a few blocks away from our world headquarters in midtown manhattan. sarah and her mother will read from prepared remarks. when they're finished, the mother of the two hikers who remain jailed at the prison in tehran will hold a press conference. secretary of state hillary clinton spoke about the whole situation this morning. >> great relief. i was so pleased that this young woman was able to come home. i want the other two young american americans josh and shane to come home as well. as a mother, i met with their mothers and i can't even imagine how painful the experience that they themselves have had inside prison, but then, of course, the pain that their families feel. >> reporter: shourd made a brief statement yesterday and did not make a mention of her 410-day stay inside the iranian prison or the health problems which allegedly help get her release. the remarks were made in an ally of iran and the united states. interesting to see if she changes her tune now that she's back home. we are heading over to the press
her. i was going to tell you to get off kertner. use meridian. more news after this. 280. >>> once again our breaking news in the south bay and reports of a young woman who fell out of a car and has major injuries. updates in a moment. "today" show coming up in a minute. ♪ welcome to ultimate rewards from chase. no blackouts, no restrictions on airfare and hotels, no limits to what you can get with ultimate rewards. no wonder it's called ultimate. available on chase credit, debit, and business cards. chase what matters. >>> bless them in >>> bless them in their work and in their companionship, in their sleep and in their waking, in their joys and in their sorrows, in their living and their dying. be constantly at their side to guide and protect them along the way. in the name of christ we pray, amen. you may kiss. >> we're back now on the last day of september, 2010. that was the scene a couple of minutes ago from rockefeller plaza where they became husband and wife. it was a beautiful ceremony despite a little bit of driz until the air. but you know what they say? a rain means a
on ramps will be closed during those same hours at midway and meridian. allow for extra time for delays. >> budget cuts have meant elimination as a of violent crime unit. it helped support bridge role officers in gang activities. she's a shutting it down he says it does not mean it's giving a green light to gang activity they have merged with the metro unit. >> after a year's of cuts there's no place to cut. and the messages were not stopping drinking enforcement at the same time there's no way we continue to do it at the same level. you cannot cut 90 people lived for a person in your department and not have something fall off the table. >> the place pressure on the gangs will continue but lower- level crimes were no longer be the focus. oakland city councilwoman and can it it had her purse stolen saturday night when she was in the parking lot of the safeway store. she was not hurt in her purse was found without the valuables in it. she is one of several candidates. >> danville neighborhood was evacuated sunday after three pipe bombs were found inside a home. officers were called to the
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